SEC Tournament Bound

With their 17th SEC regular season title, the Lady Vols head to Duluth, Ga., as the No. 1 seed in the 2013 SEC Tournament. En route to the Peach State, the Lady Vols swept the league yearly honors as head coach Holly Warlick was recognized as SEC Coach of the Year, junior Meighan Simmons earned SEC Co-Player of the Year, and rookie Bashaara Graves picked up SEC Freshman of the Year accolades. Both Simmons and Graves were named the All-SEC First Team, while Graves also headlined the SEC All-Freshman Team.

Tennessee has won the last three tournament titles and carries a nine-game league tournament win-streak heading into this year's event. Through the years, UT has amassed a 69-17 record in postseason league play while claiming 16 conference tournament crowns.

See what media had to say about the Lady Vols' yearly honors and this weekend's conference tournament.

SEC Tournament Previews Lady Vol Hoops Central
Knox News Sentinel: Holly Warlick says Isabelle Harrison 'doubtful' for SEC tournament
Inside Tennessee (subscription): Dean Lockwood: 'Humble and hungry'
espnW: Tennessee is No. 1 seed in SEC tourney
Clarksville Online: Clarksville's Bashaara Graves and Kamiko Williams prepare to lead UT Lady Vols in SEC Tournament Friday
Daily Beacon: Lady Vols chase conference tournament title

SEC Yearly Honors
Knox News Sentinel: SEC sweep for Lady Vols: Warlick (coach), Simmons (co-player), Graves (freshman)
Daily Beacon: Lady Vols honored, focused on SEC Tournament
Rocky Top Talk: Titles and Trophies: Tennessee Lady Vols Sweep POY, Coach of the Year
Chattanooga Times Free Press: Tradition transition: Tennessee Lady Vols' top spot earns Holly Warlick honor

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